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rain where we saw a few thunderstorms last night in bremer, butler, grundy and black hawk counties. more rain is on the way. here's the storm track 7 live doppler radar across easttn iowa. light to moderate rain continues to track through. where you are seeing the yellows is where we are seeing the heavier pocketsof rainfall. low pressure i down to the south and will conninue to pumm moisture into the area through the overnight hours, and even into early monday. here's a look at the future track, showing the rain through the overnight hours. this will continue into the morning, but will become more scattered in
a student today. according to an email sent from president bill ruud -- at this point the cae of death is unknown -- but foul play is not suspected. we have a rereorter on campus investigating the story further. we hope to report more information as it becomes available. vertmont senator bernie sanders makes his way through eastern iowa this weekend. today -- he joins the congregation of mount carmel baptist church in waterloo. kwwl's jessica hartman was the only local t-v reporter attending the event. she joins us live in the newsroom with the dedeils. it was a lively and enthusiastic crowd who greated bernie sanders this morning -- as he mentiod wealth, poverty, and america's crime
"i ink you know tts better than i do." bernie sanders focusing in on the struggles of has a one and four chance of spending time in prison in his life time." he called for change. pointing to government investment in education rather than the nation's prison system to keep people off the street and employed. sanders "education and jobs for the kids rather than jails and incarcation." some supporterer say one man saying -- this time last year -- he was homeless and struggling to find work. derron black "so you know with bernie talking about getting people free education and raising the minimum wage to $11 an hour, that would help out a lot. like i said, i was there." and for others - - "say hi, hi" they ae looking to the future. xaveir spies "i am also looking he doe get good grades in school and stuff like that, then i know the free education would be
not everyone who attenned the event -- supported sanders. a few attendees say tty simply wanted to hear what he had to say. we've got y ou covered live in the newsroom -- jessia hartman kwwl news. a semi is destoryed during a fire in the waverly super eight parking lot. firefighters responded to the incident around one this afternoon. here is a picture a viewer posted on our facebook page when semi was on fire. when our crew made it to the scene -- the semi was destroyed. the fire chief says it could have happened due to some sort of electrical short in the semi's engine. no e was injured in the incident. and when you see news - or if you have pictures or video to share... you can do that by going to our page on facebook.
stay u to date on breaking news a dubuque e n -- who called police to report an attempted burglary wound up getting arrested himself. the man called police last night-- to report a break- in. the offiier who responded asked if they could look around for a the person trying to get inside. while doing that -- officers saw marijuana stems and seeds in plain view-- and later found t to grams of e drug. the man was arrested on suspicion of possessing a controlled substance. . a man is recovering tonight -- after injuring himself by a self- inflicted gunshot wound while deer hunting. the accident happened at the basswood recreation area near around 7:45 this morning. 70-year-old david clark was sitting on a log with his loaded shotgun -- when it went off -- while he was changing his position. he was shot in the hand and then taken to the hospital. he is expected to recover from the incident. now to another hunting accident-- a man as injured from a self-
trapping in delaware county. 51-year-old carey ahlers was loading his handgun while checking his traps when it discharged striking him in the leg. he was also taken the hospsptal -- and is expected to recover. he is the longest serving govenor in united states history. it's a title iowa govenor terry branstad will earn tomorroro. mmday marks hii 7-thousand-six- hundred-forty- second day as governor of iowa. that's just short of 21 years in office... kwwl's kristin rogers caughttp with iowans today at a local coffee shop, kristin what do people think about this? well mac he's currently serving his 6th term as govenor so i was govenor branstad will be passing up new york govenor geroge clinton for the record of longest serving govenor.. branstad was born and raised in (cg: solomon richards/ iowa resident) "i'm not a republican but i do think
iowa as govenor for nearly 21 years, he has not served them all in a row. after ninteen-nity- nine he worked aa president of des moines university. he returned as govenor in twenty- ten ana was elected again in eny-fourteen. branstad rst started serving this state in ninteen-seventy- two when he was elected to the iowa president of the united states.... we've got you covered live in cedar rapis, kristin rogers ...kwwl news. we will havf additional cocorage on governor branstad's record breaking day tonight at ten. as well as throughout the day tomorrow... coming up... why several burn relief gels are being recalled
here is additional forecast information from the kww stormrmrack 7 weathereream: welcome back i am meteorologist kyle kiel. no doubt about it, it's been a rainy day across the area. threat tracker is in the yellow tonight, for ponding on the roadways with the light to moderate rain. it could be heavy at times. the rain continues into tomorrow morning, becomng more scattered and ending by the midday time frame. it will also be breezy. then on tuesday, we will be tracking another system in that will leave uswith a mostlm cloudy sky before our next chance for rain on wednesday. here's the storm track 7 live doppler radar across eastern iowa. light track through. where you are seeing the yellows is where we are seeing
here is a closer look at some of the moderate pocket of rain across eastern iowa. no thunderstorms have been reported, but the rain has been light to moderate at times, and that will continue as we head into the evening and overnight hours. low pressure is down to the south and will continue to pump moisture into the area through the overnight hours, and even into early monday. here aae a look at e rainfall
dubuque and waterloo broke their records early in the day, and we are close to breaking records in cedar rapids and iowa city. we could see anothe inch, to locally 2 inches across the rea. storm track 7 live weather network cameras across eastern iowa are showing much ofofthe same scene. it's wet. be cautious for ponding on the roadways. temperatures right now have about 20 degrees spread across the area. north of the warm front, temperatures are in the 4 4s, south of the warm front temperatures are near 60 degrees. there have been
broken as well. iowa city, cedar rapids and ubuque have all broken temperature records. if the warm front can lift through waterloo of burn relief gel because the packaging is not child resistant. the recalled gel carries the brand name "assured" -- and it comes in a blue box with white and red lettering. the gel contains lidocaine -- consumers should immediately stop using the recalled burn
foods -- and these areas are known as food deserts. kw-wl's shirley descorbeth...is live from the t-h media newsroom to tell us more about food deserts in dubuque. shirley... well mac...there are some areas here in dubuque lacking grocery stores...making them food deserts. that means...those without reliable transportation...or the elderly have more difficulties getting healthy, nutritious foods. they are acros the country...but here
east of central avenue and the south end as food deserts. for urban areas...nieghborhoo ds are considered food deserts if twenty perrnt of the people live in poverty -- or live more than one mile away from a grocery store. one dubuque woman says her "i do see a lot of walmers, i school, down in that area." some turur to convieneee stores...which can almost be found on every urban block. that woman also added...some convience stores like kwik star actually have a pretty good selection. now, food deserts also affect rural communities. for example, in parts of delaware county...people have to drive more than ten miles to the nearest grocery store. we've got you covered live from the t-h meadi newsroom in
food in dubuque -- a public meeting will be held in january by iowa state university. for more info...check out -- kw-wl dot com. next... iowa'ssdesmond king g conttues to rake e n the honors as he grabs another just days after winning the jim thorpe award -- plus -- we'll hear from mark farley and the uni panthers after their playoff run came to an end in fargo this weekend -- mark
counting until the hawkeyes take the field in their first rose bowl game in 25 years -- you have to imagine defensiveve back deemond king is licking his chops to have a shot at the stanford offense -- and when he takes the field -- he'll be doing it as a first team a-p all american -- king was given that honor this morning -- just another added to a pile of accolades picked up by the junior this season -- he tied a hawkeye record with 8 interceptions this year -- this honor comes just 3 days after he became the first ever iowa player to receive the jim thorpe award as the top defensive back in the country -- hawkeye center austin blythe joined king as a ird team all american at center -- as we mentioned the rose bowl just 13 days as the big game draws closer -- the season came to an end saturday for the uni footbaa team with a 23-13 loss at north dakota state in
that match-up snapped a 7 game win streak for uni -- a team tt was pretty mucuc in a do or dii and like they've done all season -- mark farley praised his team for fighting right to the finish -- there's a lot of things we can take from it because that's how just beingground the family aspect of uni football and family aspect. you're always going to know that the kid who wears your number for all the games you coaches we have and the things they've instilled in us, it's something we're really going to miss. uni ends the season with a 9 and 5 record -- bears let one go late lt week -- looking to rebound against the
but behind early -- kirk cousins on the keeper -- just walks it in -- 14, zip washington -- but the bears rally -- second half -- matt forte -- up the gut -- 7 yards -- ties it at 21 apiece -- early in the 4th -- dustin hopkins from 47 yards -- puts it through to give washington a 3 point edge -- but robbie gould has a shot to tie it at the end -- missed last week in a game-winning situation -- and the most accurate kicker in bears history -- pushed one right again -- back to back weeks -- the bears go down 24 to 21 -- iowa state women going after a 4th straight win -- hosting arkansas pine bluff today -- getting it going under the bucket -- seana johnson off the glass -- cyclones by 5 in the first quarter -- johnson with 11 -- but it as bridget carleton off the bench providing the big spark -- knocked down her first 3 treys -- helping isu to 28, 21 lead -- carleton finished 6 of 10 from the arc -- 22 points -- cyclones rool easily 70 to 41 -- uni hooping it up against akron
paris: there's a lot to do on a dairy f fm. nobody's gonna do it for you. you have to get out there and do it yourself. bernie sanders is a well-known friend of family farms. bernie cannot be bought out by big money. bernie's#opinion cannot be purchased. it's time for r
r next president to get in there, roll up his sleeves, take off the gloves, and take on wall street, take on big business, take on big money, and get the working class back to where they should be. he's a rock.
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